Stanford proposed the quote “I’m right here, I’m okay, everything’s okay, I’m right here” as one of several options to adorn a plaque at the site of Brock Turner’s sexual assault, the University has confirmed.
Following Stanford’s rejection of two quotes proposed for a memorial plaque marking the site of Brock Turner’s 2015 sexual assault, Turner’s victim will not participate further in the creation of the plaque, according to Law Professor Michele Dauber, a family friend of the victim’s who proposed and advocated re-landscaping the area of the crime.
The petition to recall Judge Aaron Persky ’84 A.M. ’85, the presiding judge in the sexual assault case against former Stanford student Brock Turner, reached nearly 100,000 signatures Thursday. The petition comes as part of a campaign to to recall Persky for the lenient sentence of former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner through the June ballot.
Dear Editor, I write in response to a recent article regarding the installment of a landmark in the space where Brock Turner sexually assaulted a woman two years ago. This decision is insensitive to survivors of sexual violence and lacks ownership of the role Stanford University played in this appalling incident. The construction of a…
Following re-landscaping outside the Kappa Alpha house, a stone-lined area with two benches and a fountain has replaced the dumpster by which former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner sexually assaulted a woman.
After Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky ‘84 MA ‘85 handed down what many have criticized as an overly light sentence in the Brock Turner case, activists started a recall campaign to unseat the judge. In the months following, Persky has pushed back.
Thrust into the spotlight over a claim of censorship, Stanford has allowed a conference to promote itself with an image of Trump that the Stanford Law School, a co-sponsor of the event, initially deemed too partisan.
Some say the group has formed to fill a gap at Stanford, raising new questions about a campus conversation that may focus more on sexual assault prevention than on survivors.